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Are You Betting Your Assets on Gold? Big Mistake

On April 25, 2012, Porter Stansberry interviewed me on his radio station. It was one of the more interesting discussions I’ve had with a fellow newsletter editor. Definitely worth a


How Inflation And Statistics Affect Your Cost of Living

Rodney Johnson | Tuesday, April 29, 2014 >> I don’t typically shop for groceries, so when I find myself at the store, I’m usually on a mission to buy last-minute

Business Cycle

Two Good TV Shows to Watch About Successful Investors

Harry Dent | Monday, April 28, 2014 >> I don’t watch a lot of TV, but I do follow the reports on the mystery Flight 370 — which you just


College Education is Almost Broken Enough to Change

Rodney Johnson | Friday, April 25, 2014 >> College is a great time for instruction and learning, and sometimes the classroom is instructive as well. Over the last two years,

Business Cycle

It’s Not a Pyramid Scheme… It’s the New Entrepreneur Business Model

What’s up with Herbalife? Is it a pyramid scheme, as Hedge fund Manager William Ackman says? Or is it a sustainable, growing business, as hard-core capitalist Carl Icahn believes? And

Foreign Markets

Harry Dent Responds to Your Objections to The Need for Crisis and Improved Global Governance

On Friday, April 11, I wrote to you about our need for a major crisis and improved global governance. And boy did it cause a stir. We got the biggest


The Other Games in Town

Equity markets have clearly generated strong returns since 2009. But now, with the current bull market in its sixth year, you have to wonder how long the asset class’ outperformance


Low Birth Rate + South Korea = Japan Economy?

For better or worse, the U.S. sports system has evolved into a fortune-spending establishment for our kids to pursue any given sport, year round, through “travel ball,” which does contribute to our


The Truth About Sex and the Economic Bubble

An economic bubble is “God’s Will.” It’s a natural phenomenon of the economic cycle — innovation, growth, death and then rebirth — just as winter is a time when things

Purchasing Power

Getting an $80 Million Salary to Not Work

I want to build an app for smartphones that will remind me my wife is always correct. Preferably, this reminder will happen right before I do or say something that